Bryan Shaw Colorado Rockies
To say that year one for Shaw outside of Cleveland was not an easy one is an understatement, as he had an awful season for the Wild Card Rockies, who lost to the Brewers in three games in the NLDS.
Shaw was so bad in year one in Colorado, he didn’t even make the playoff roster.
On the year he 4-6 with a 5.93 ERA, striking out 54 batters and walking 28 in 54.2 innings. Colorado’s faith in Shaw fell off big time midway through the season, and it showed in that he threw just 17.1 innings in the second half of 2018.
After throwing in a MLB high 79 games last year, he threw in 61 in 2018, this after inking a deal worth $27 million for three seasons.
At the break he was 3-5, with a 7.23 ERA. He has put up 11 holds, 37.1 innings pitched, 52 hits allowed, 30 earned runs, 21 walks and 36 strikeouts.
His second half was just as bad, a fall from grace from his success from his time in Cleveland.